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Kelly Jazvac (b. 1980) is a Canadian artist based in Montréal, Canada. She is also part of a plastic pollution research team called The Synthetic Collective, which includes scientists, artists, art historians, philosophers and writers. The work of this research group is highly influential on Jazvac’s artistic practice. She currently has exhibitions at The Musée D’Art Contemporain (Montréal), The Museum of Modern Art (New York), and (forthcoming) at the Art Museum at the University of Toronto. Her recent exhibitions include the Eli and Edyth Broad Museum (East Lansing)., Ujazdowski Castle CCA (Warsaw) and FIERMAN Gallery (New York). Her work has been writte about in National Geographic, e-flux Journal, Hyperallergic, Art Forum, The New Yorker, Canadian Art Magazine and The Brooklyn Rail. Her collaborative art/science research has been published in scientific journals including Nature Reviews, GSA Today, and Science of the Total Environment.